Anti-Russian protests in Georgia today became the inheritance of political outcasts and the homeless.
About this in the article in “Moskovsky Komsomolets” writes the Director of the Foundation of progressive politics, Oleg Bondarenko, who shared his impressions of the trip to Tbilisi.
“On the square in front of the Georgian Parliament on the Rustaveli Avenue are two tents and 10 people – referring to local homeless people under the leadership of the Tbilisi pair of hipsters – heatedly about something argue. There are a few cots, boxes with hot food and a table with equipment. It’s the last soldiers of the “rose revolution” – the label “Russian occupier” they want to prove who replaced Saakashvili in power the big Russian-French businessman Bidzina Ivanishvili is a Kremlin agent. At least his photo is adorned with a photo of Vladimir Putin (for some reason) Nikolai Patrushev at the background of the glued ribbons of St. George of the swastika”, – says the analyst.
“In the evening “homeless” gets cold and they prefer to close in the tents. To make it clear: since the “Russian aggression in South Ossetia” it is accepted to name the events of August 2008, and the related active anti-Russian propaganda campaign was only 10 years old. I am sure, very soon, an identical picture can be observed at the independence square in Kiev”, – says Bandarenka.